La Provence, renamed Provence II and used for troop transport in the Mediterranean until the ship was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-35.
RMS Lusitania .
there were several ships torpedoed in the channel, 1915 one was a ferry and the other one was the "Lusitania"
On March 24, 1916. The German submarine UB-29 torpedoed the French civilian passenger ferry SS Sussex in the English Channel.
No because the Lusitania is a passenger ocean liner should not been torpedoed by the German navy submarine.
The ship sunk on the 28th was the Falaba.
The RMS Lusitania.
RMS Lusitania. Torpedoed by German U-boat U-20 on Friday 7 May 1915; with the loss of 1,198 souls of the 1,959 people aboard, leaving 761 survivors.
The Lusitania was torpedoed by a German submarine.
In May 1915, a German submarine torpedoed the Lusitania. Almost 1,200 passangers were killed.
the British passenger ship called the Lusitania was sunk by a German u-boat on May 7, 1915 a couple months after Germany warned that any ship venturing through the 'war zone' would be sunk. The ship contained approximately 1200 passengers and of that 1200 passengers 128 were Americans. The British steamship Falaba was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine on March 28, 1915, the date specified in the question, and slightly earlier than the sinking of the Lusitania on May 7, 1915.
Principally the Imperial German Navy and the Royal Navy - both enormous forces at the time. Submarines and anti-submarine warfare were still in their infancy in WW1, but it was a German submarine that torpedoed the liner Lusitania off the coast of Ireland.
There wasn't anything it could do. It was a British ship torpedoed by a German submarine and those two countries were at war.
Germany was afraid that America would go into war, and they were afraid of America.
Yes. The Lusitania did sink because it was torpedoed by the German U-boat(German submarine) on May 7, 1915 during World War 1.